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Bio-Interactive Materials: A Restorative Renaissance Arising 
Presenter: Dr. John Comisi Release Date: 12/7/21
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 12/7/24
   

There has been a movement occurring in our profession, one that has been quietly generating interest and is providing real restorative benefits. Materials that are called “bioactive” have begun to take market share and gained interest over the last 10 years. To some, the term bioactive has become synonymous with hype. This is unfortunate, as there is something important occurring with these materials. Instead of calling them bioactive, perhaps they should be termed “bio-interactive,” because they can interact with variously demineralized teeth and provide needed ions to help heal damaged structure. It is time to understand the mechanisms of these interactive materials and create a renaissance of improvement in our restorative processes.

In this CE webinar you will:
• Gain a true understanding of the current definition of “bioactivity” and “bio-interactive”
• Learn about the bio-interactive materials and mechanisms that can help you and your patients in daily dental care
• Understand how true remineralization of demineralized dentin structure can be accomplished in your practice each day   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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